Dieudonné Bantsimba launches an operation which consists in removing vehicles abandoned on the public highway.


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Dieudonné Bantsimba launches an operation which consists in removing vehicles abandoned on the public highway.

The mayor of Brazzaville, Dieudonné Bantsimba launches an operation which consists in removing abandoned vehicles on the public highway.

Rid the Congolese capital of abandoned vehicle wrecks on public roads. This is the new and umpteenth challenge that is launched Dieudonne Bantsimba, the mayor of this city. The mayor announced it on Tuesday, September 14, 2021, during an exchange with the heads of the police services, the administrators of the boroughs and the leaders of the municipal technical services on the illegal occupation of the urban public domain. The operation will not be limited only to cleaning the city of old abandoned cars but also to the eviction of anarchic markets, the anarchic occupation of the communal domain and to put an end to the disorder in Brazzaville. He wants clean and beautiful streets in all the districts of the Congolese capital. The eviction operation will also concern the state markets of the city where the stalls are erected in the alleys thus obstructing the passage, the illegal occupants of the Tsiémé cemetery in Talangaï.

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